Schumacher's wife spends £10m to make home 'hospital' for F1 legend
Corinna Schumacher has reportedly spent the huge amount of money to accommodate the high-tech medical equipment that keeps Schumacher alive on a room at their Lake Geneva home.
According to the Daily Star, a close friend of the family said that the doctors have told Corinna straightly that it is looking increasingly likely that any recovery from the medically induced come will be partial.
The friend also said that doctors have informed Schumacher's wife that it is likely that the Formula One legend will be in a 'permanent vegetative state' for the rest of his life.
Schumacher has been in an induced coma for three months since he hit his head in a horrific skiing accident at the French Alps resort of Meribel and is still not showing any signs of recovery, the report added. (ANI)
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